The rooms have none of the charm of the inn - they're in a purpose built modern lodge, and for £150/night we expected a little more grandieur. It was very basic. Also the service in the restaurant was terrible. This is advertised as Pub of the Year 2014 and we couldn't get service at the bar, and we were ignored as we waited for a table, despite already having a booking. It was the first night we'd spent in Wales so we thought perhaps the chaotic style was typical of Wales(?) but having visited other places since, we know that not to be true. There is no family-run-inn type feeling here - the staff deliver an average service, at best, and the chefs are the ones pulling it out the bag. Given that we spent £70 on dinner for 2 in a little local pub, I don't feel that the service stood up to the quality of the food, and for that reason don't feel it was brilliant value for money. Additionally the receptionist had no local knowledge and did not even attempt to recommend any great places to go. For a tourist hot spot I found this surprising.
Very striking original building with beautiful view of fields and mountains to the rear. Inn has retained all its period charm, and the food is very good (highly recommend the seafood chowder, which was exceptional). Rooms clean, TV with freeview channels, super comfy bed with view out of balcony, and some complimentary lotions/potions too which were a nice touch.